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JUNE 27, 2008 [2008, Classified] Your Guide to the Crowdsourced Workforce - ReadWriteWeb
Written by Josh Catone / May 12, 2008 5:00 AM. Creating an ad in the classifieds for submissions for a design or SEO project where on the chosen winner gets paid -. EngineS WEB | May 12, 2008 6:12 AM. Posted by: John Elar | May 12, 2008 6:13 AM. Posted by: steveballmer | May 12, 2008 6:21 AM. To this post = it would be good to see price comparison for design services fees. Posted by: Janusz | May 12, 2008 6:27 AM. Posted by: Matthew | May 12, 2008 8:38 AM. Posted by: Dan Tyre | May 12, 2008 9:54 AM. May 12, 2008 5:23 PM.
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OCTOBER 4, 2008 [2008, Classified] The Bamboo Project Blog
October 04, 2008 in Blogging , knowledge sharing , learning , professional development | Permalink. |. October 02, 2008 in Learning Trends , Management , Organizations , social networking , Web 2.0 | Permalink. |. October 02, 2008 in learning | Permalink. |. October 01, 2008 in knowledge sharing , learning , professional development , social networking , Web 2.0 , Web 2.0
JANUARY 24, 2013 | PAUL GILLIN
[2008, Classified] Attack of the Customers Press Release
FEBRUARY 17, 2012 | HUBSPOT
[2008, Classified] The Ultimate Glossary: 44 Email Marketing Terms Marketers Must Know
MAY 11, 2010 | INDUSTRIAL MARKETING TODAY
[2008, Classified] Survey Finds Growth in Pipelines and Sales Cycles for B2B Lead.
OCTOBER 10, 2009 | CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE MATRIX
[2008, Classified] Beautiful BABI: SiSense PrismCubed Offers Business Intelligence for Business Analysts
JULY 31, 2009 | DELICIOUS B2BMARKETING
[2008, Classified] Numeric Scoring: The Key To Lead Management Success
OCTOBER 4, 2008 | BUZZ MARKETING FOR TECHNOLOGY
[2008, Classified] The Bamboo Project Blog
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JULY 24, 2008 [2008, Classified] Gene Carr's Patron Technology Blog
July 2008. June 2008. May 2008. April 2008. March 2008. February 2008. January 2008. July 22, 2008. July 17, 2008. In an environment in which newspaper revenues continue to be decimated by free classifieds on Craigslist.org and the shift from paper to digital consumption of their product, the owners are facing an advertising gap.
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JANUARY 24, 2013 [2008, Classified] Attack of the Customers Press Release
Using dozens of case studies from consumer and B2B brands, the book classifies attackers into four categories – Casual Complainers, Extortionists, Committed Crusaders and Indignant Influencers – and provides coping strategies for dealing with each. I’ve read thousands of press releases over the years but don’t believe I ever wrote one until now. Capacity to Destroy.
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FEBRUARY 17, 2012 [2008, Classified] The Ultimate Glossary: 44 Email Marketing Terms Marketers Must Know
For example, a rental list priced at $250 CPM would mean that the list owner charges $.25 Over 90% of email sent is classified as spam. For example, a rental list priced at $250 CPM would mean that the list owner charges $.25 Copyright © 2008 Constant Contact, Inc. Copyright © 2008 Constant Contact, Inc. Copyright © 2008 Constant Contact, Inc.
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MAY 11, 2010 [2008, Classified] Survey Finds Growth in Pipelines and Sales Cycles for B2B Lead.
Some of the findings match what I am hearing from my industrial clients and one really surprising result. The top findings I got out of the release were: 47% of the sales professionals reported a slight increase in the size of their B2B pipelines this year as compared to last year. However, the sales cycles have also become longer, making it much harder to close deals. All Rights Reserved.
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CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE MATRIX | SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2009 [2008, Classified] Beautiful BABI: SiSense PrismCubed Offers Business Intelligence for Business Analysts
Those have all been proposed as ways to classify business intelligence systems, and several of the products in my business-analyst business intelligence (BABI--how cute!) But understanding the underlying technology helps to predict where problems might arise.) - affordable pricing (not exactly a criterion, but important nevertheless) Obviously these criteria could be much more detailed, and no doubt they will grow over time. Present the manipulated data for reporting: the system automatically classifies input data as dimensions (text, dates, etc.) MORE >>
CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE MATRIX | MONDAY, AUGUST 4, 2008 [2008, Classified] Still More on Assessing Demand Generation Systems
This is no reflection on the product, which seems to be well designed, is very reasonably priced, and has a particularly interesting integration with the Jigsaw online business directory to enhance lead information. Looking back, the original question that kicked off this series of posts was how to classify vendors based on their suitability for different buyers. I had a very productive conversation on Friday with Fred Yee, president of ActiveConversion , a demand generation system aimed primarily at small business. Anyway, back to our talk. MORE >>
CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE MATRIX | FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 2008 [2008, Classified] More Thoughts on Comparing Demand Generation Systems
As of last week’s post , I had decided to build a list of applications plus some common issues such as vendor background, technology and pricing. What I’ve found is that I can identify a smaller set of applications, and then classify features as applying to simple (basic) forms of those applications, or complex (advanced) ones. I have mostly been focused this week on formats for the new Demand Generation Guide. Since this is of interest to at least some regular readers of this blog, I suppose it’s okay to give you all an update. This is precise enough for the purpose at hand. MORE >>
CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE MATRIX | WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 2008 [2008, Classified] Looking for Differences in MPP Analytical Databases
In any event, the overlap is large enough that I don’t think we can classify Dataupia as unique on that particular dimension. One final point about Dataupia is pricing. Aster pricing starts at $100,000 for the first terabyte. It also has by far the highest list price, of $180,000 per terabyte. They also note that the price per terabyte drops when you buy more than one.) for 2TB (2) under $500K for 12TB; pre-acquisition pricing As I noted earlier, some of these differences may not really matter in general or for your application in particular. MORE >>
DELICIOUS B2BMARKETING | FRIDAY, JULY 31, 2009 [2008, Classified] Numeric Scoring: The Key To Lead Management Success
Home Forrester Research « We’re renaming the blog | Main | New networks in the news » April 16, 2008 Numeric Scoring: The Key To Lead Management Success [Posted by Laura Ramos ] Recently I saw a preview of Eloqua’s spring release and it got me thinking about the role lead scoring plays in determining campaign effectiveness. Posted by: John Kottcamp | April 16, 2008 at 01:18 PM We've actually seen a shortcoming in assigning a single numeric lead score. Posted by: Tim Wilson | April 16, 2008 at 09:32 PM Dear Tim, Excellent discussion and I believe we are in agreement. MORE >>
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